Ashford Kent New Houses For Sale Affordable Development Launched By Moat Homes

Kent new affordable housing developments association Moat announced the launch of new developments in Ashford, Kent. This new affordable housing is available to eligible individuals through a direct purchase or shared ownership scheme covering a partial purchase and partial renting of the property.

Dartford, United Kingdom - August 12, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Moat Homes, a leading nonprofit housing association specialising in affordable and shared housing projects announced the launch of new housing developments in Ashford and across the county. The new houses are available for sale and for shared ownership.

More information about Moat Homes is available at https://moathomes.co.uk

The announcement of the new housing development is a key milestone in the Kent region, making affordable housing available through a part-buy part-rent shared ownership model as well as a complete ownership model. Moat Homes is a development partner with the Homes and Communities Agency that funds affordable public housing in the UK.

Moat Homes is responsible for the annual development of approximately six hundred houses and invests the proceeds of all housing sales into development and customer services. The agency works with eligible homeowners through help-to-buy agencies for affordable home ownership. The agency’s primary area of operations is the South East of England with coverage across the counties of Kent, Essex, Sussex, and SE London.

Moat provides potential homeowners access to independent mortgage advisors to aid purchasing decisions as shared ownership can lower a homeowner’s financial burden. Shared ownership is available to individuals who meet stringent qualification criteria including a maximum annual income of £80,000 and non-eligibility for open market homes. Information about housing in Ashford is available at https://www.moathomes.co.uk/county/shared-ownership-kent/Ashford.

According to a spokesperson for Moat Homes, “As a nonprofit organisation with about three decades of experience, we work to expand the scope and availability of affordable high-quality housing in the United Kingdom, we are pleased to announce the new residential developments for sale and shared ownership in the city of Ashford and across Kent.”

Located in Dartford, Kent, Moat Homes is a Homes & Communities Agency-partnered housing association focused on helping individuals and families rent and purchase new homes through a sharing agreement or with equity funding programs. More information is available at the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Full Comms (Marketing)
Organization: Moat Homes
Address: Galleon Boulevard, Dartford, Kent DA2 6QE, United Kingdom

For more information, please visit https://www.moathomes.co.uk

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 228542

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